Florida Gov. DeSantis proposes law to quash 'disorderly assemblies' in wake of Floyd, other protests

ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida leaders plan to crack down on people involved in what Gov. Ron DeSantis called “disorderly assemblies,” including making it a felony to block a road or topple monuments.DeSantis proposed a tough new law on Monday in reaction to demonstrations that erupted nationwide after the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer. The legislation will be filed for the next session that convenes in March.The law would include minimum six-month jail terms for anyone found guilty of throwing an object at law enforcement officers. It would also define as felonie…

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